Scotland’s Endura is spicing things up this summer, and with a little help from the Athertons, they’ll be showing their colorful side with some eye-popping new MT500 gear. Designed for enduro or DH riding, the MT500 line offers DH-level durability in a lightweight package.
Endura’s Smok’n Prints collection offers four wild new jersey graphics for men and three for women, and they’ve updated the MT500 Burner pants too. There are now women’s and kid’s models available, plus two new color options.
Men’s MT500 Smok’n Prints Jerseys:
Endura’s MT500 jerseys are made from lightweight moisture-wicking fabric, with a full sublimation print to show off their flashy new colorways. Eco-conscious riders will appreciate that Endura uses recycled fabrics in its construction. The MT500 jerseys are cut slim to reduce flapping but can accommodate thin padding underneath. Endura keeps these jerseys simple with a round collar, no pockets, and no zippers.
The men’s MT500 Animo LS jersey blends and blurs camo and animal prints into unique new patterns. The Smok’n Print collection Animo jerseys come in Electric Blue or Paprika.
The MT500 Ink LS jersey features watercolor-inspired splashes of color applied in an organic, freehand style. Men’s Ink jerseys are offered in Moss or Black. The men’s Animo or Ink jerseys sell for £39.99 ($56 USD).
Construction for the women’s MT500 LS Animo jersey is similar to the men’s models, except of course the ladies specific tailoring. The women’s jerseys offer a slim, no-flap cut as well.
The women’s Animo jersey is available in three Smok’n Print colorways – Spruce Green, Paprika, and Black. Their retail price is £39.99 ($56 USD).
Women’s MT500 Burner II Pants:
The big news on Endura’s MT500 Burner II pants is that they’re now offering a women’s model. The Burner II’s are made to be durable enough for DH but pedal-friendly for enduro riders too. Mostly made from 4-way stretch fabric, the pants feature a durable seat panel, mesh backed knees, plus stretchy crotch and rear panels for mobility.
Other features include a zipper fly with ratchet waist adjusters, Velcro waist adjusters at the sides, zipped hand pockets, 3D molded detailing that adds a bit of knee protection, and a durable PFC-free water repellent finish.
The MT500 Burner II pants provide a slim fit for DH/Enduro racing but are designed to accommodate knee pads. If you happen to own Endura bibs or liner shorts, they’re also Clickfast compatible.
The two new Smok’n Prints color options for women are Electric Blue and Paprika, but they also come in Black. MSRP is $139.99 USD.
Kid’s MT500JR Burner Pants:
The kid’s MT500JR Burner pant is made from a durable Nylon fabric, with a PFC-free water repellent finish. Stretchy front panels ensure a good fit and free motion, and the pants are designed to fit over knee pads. The kid’s models also get Velcro waist adjusters, a zipper fly, and zippered hand pockets. They’re even Clickfast compatible with Endura’s liner shorts.
The MT500JR Burner pant sells for £49.99 ($70 USD) and they come in Electric Blue or Black. Three sizes are available for 7-8, 9-10, or 11-12-year-olds.
The Atherton family will be rocking Endura’s new Smok’n Prints this summer. Check out the video below for a slightly pie-eyed glance at the new gear.
Endura also offers socks and gloves in matching colors so you can complete your kit.